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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 June 1958
OF SUCCESS: Robert E. Freed’s two sons prepare to take their dad’s picture following his graduation at Spring Commencement. Freed, 39, who recived a B.S. degree in Business Administration, has been working toward the degree at Kent since 1952. He completed 109 hours at Akron University before transferring to Kent State. While attending classes on campus he worked a full-time job in an Akron rubber plant. His wife, Dorothy, a nurse, is pictured at the left. The 39-year-old Freed graduated from Kenmore high school in Akron in 1938, He resides at 757 Crane Walk in Akron. His major at Kent was Sales Management.
All-University Picnic Planned [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 June 1958
All-University Picnic Planned An All-University picnic will be held July 1 at 5 p.m. in Engleman woods. The affair is open to all students, faculty, and administrative personnel, and their families. The picnic is being held in cooperation with the University food service. Tickets for the event are $1.20 a person for adults and 60 cents for children. Tickets will be available through June 27 in the University Police office. Food service meal ticket holders will receive a ticket to the picnic free of charge. The picnic will replace their regular cafeteria meal. The picnic menu will include the following. Charcoal broiled ham, German potato salad, carrot and celery sticks, radishes, Louisiana shallots, baked beans, lemonade, coffee, and assorted ice cream and cake desserts. There will be games for both children and adults. Dr. Archie Hendricks, coordinator of extension and special activities will be in charge of the affair.
Three Faculty Members Awarded Doctorates [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 June 1958
Three Faculty Members Awarded Doctorates Three members of the University faculty recently received doctor of philosophy degrees. Walter L. DeVolld, associate professor of German, received his degree from Western Reserve university. His dissertation was in the field of German literature and was concerned with the works of the 18th century German poet, Heinrich Brockes. Prof. DeVolld came to Kent in 1947 from Texas A. and M. college. Previously he taught at St. Johns Military academy, Delafield, Wis. Oscar W. Ritchie, assistant profes sor of sociology, received his degree from New York University. Prof. Ritchie took his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Kent, and also did graduate work at Yale and the University of Wisconsin. He is co-author of a recently published study of state services for delinquent children. James K. Gottshall, instructor in English, received his degree from the University of Cincinnati. His dissertation covered a study of Charles Dicken's artistic development. ...
CAMPUS CALENDAR [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 June 1958
CAMPUS CALENDAR JUNE 16 REGISTRATION. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wills Gym. 17 Class Work Begins 18 Change of Programs. Beginning at 8:30 a.m. in entrance to Wills Gym. 19 Change of Program WORKSHOP. High School Speech Institute in Kent Hall, through July 11. 23 WORKSHOP. High School Music Camp in Lowry Hall through July 4. 24 CONFERENCE. School Lunch Program Conference in Terrace Hall through June 25. WORKSHOP. Business Education Workshop in Union building through June 26. FILM CLASSIC. Adventures of “Hajja Baba”. Shown at 2:30 and 8 p.m. in University School Auditorium. 25 CONFERENCE. Annual Reading Conference. Through June 27. 26 CULTURAL PROGRAM. Max Lerner to speak on “Education in America—The Heroic Encounter.” University Auditorium.
Duncan Gets AMA Award [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 16 June 1958
Duncan Gets AM A Award Stan Duncan, a graduate assistant in the marketing department, has been awarded the American Marketing Association award as the outstanding graduating senior at Kent State University. Duncan was graduated from KSU last August. The presentation was made at a Ladies’ Night banquet of the Akron chapter of the AMA at the Twin Lakes Country club. The award includes a year’s membership in both the Akron chapter and the national organization and a plaque. Selection of the award winner is made by the marketing faculty. Bruce LeGrande, associate professor of marketing, was installed as president of the chapter at the banquet. Stan Duncan
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 June 1958
KSU SUMMER NEWS Vol. 4, No. 2 Kent, Ohio Thursday, June 26, 1938 KSU SUMMER NEWS The KSU Summer News is published weekly as a substitute for the Daily Kent Stater. Regular publication day will be Thursday. Copy must be turned in to Eduard L. Cliney at the Summer News office, 109 Merrill Hall, by Friday noon to be included in the issue of the following Thursday. The Summer News office phone number is 212. Letters to the editor are welcome but must be signed. The writer’s name will he withheld upon request.
Hendricks Gets New Post; Speir To Head Extension [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 June 1958
Hendricks Gets New Post; Speir To Head Extension Dr. Archie E. Hendricks has been named assistant dean of the University’s College of Education. The appointment is effective July 1, according to Dr. George A. Bowman, president. Prof. F. Leslie Speir will succeed Dr. Hendricks as coordinator of extension and special activities. Also announced were the resignations of Dr. Loren S. Hadley, director of New Student Week, and Dr. Bernard Hall, assistant professor of management. Dr. Hadley will become school psychologist for the Orlando, Florida, School system. Dr. Hall, formerly assistant professor of economics at Humboldt State college in California will return to that state. Dr. Hadley’s resignation is effective Sept. 15. Dr. Hendricks succeeds Dr. Clay- ton M. Schindler, who recently was named dean of the college. He has been coordinator of extension and special activities at Kent since 1955. This has involved the many Kent extension courses in Northeastern Ohio communities and on-camp...
Lerner Here Tonight; Arrau to Play July 2 [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 June 1958
Lerner Here Tonight; Arrau to Play July 2 Dr. Max Lerner, author, university orofessor, newspaper columnist and lecturer, will open the summer cultural program series tonight at 8:30 in the University auditorium. The Russian-born speaker will discuss the subject, "Education in Am erica—The Heroic Encounter.” Claudio Arrau of Chile, one of the world’s leading pianists, will present the second program in the series at 8:30 Wednesday, July 2. The programs are open to the public without charge. Dr. Lerner is widely-known *or his books and as professor of American civilization at Brandeis university. Eight of his books have been published since 1938. The latest is "America As a Civilization,” which deals with every aspect of contemporaty American life. His other books include "It Is Later Than You Think,” ''ldeas For the Ice Age” and "The Mind and Faith of Justice Holmes.” Born in Minsk, Russia, Dr. Lerner came to the United States in 1907. He received his bachelor of arts degree from Ya...
First Summer Visit Scheduled For Red Cross Bloodmobile [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 June 1958
First Summer Visit Scheduled For Red Cross Bloodmobile Summer students will have the opportunity to give blood to the Red Cross when the Bloodmobile visits the campus on Wednesday, July 2. The Bloodmobile makes a quarterly stop on campus during the regular school year, but this is the first time it has been scheduled during the summer. Registration for next Wednesday’s drive will be held Monday and Tuesday, June 30 and July 1, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the entrance to Wills gym, across from the Atrium. Persons under 21 who wish to give blood must obtain and submit parental consent cards, which will be available in the University mail room adjoining Wills gym. The Bloodmobile has been on campus 16 times, collecting 2,660 pints of blood for an average of more than 140 pints a visit. During the regular school year the Bloodmobile collected 450 pints of blood for an average of 150 pints a visit. Donors will receive cards enrolling them in a nation-wide program, which enables any member t...
Rain or Shine, Summer Picnic Will Be Held [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 June 1958
Rain or Shine, Summer Picnic Will Be Held The annual All-University picnic will be held at 5 p.m. July 1, rain or shine. The affair, scheduled for the picnic grounds in Engleman woods, will be moved to Wills gymnasium where the swimming pool will be available in case of rain. The picnic is open to all students, faculty, and administrative personnel and their families. Tickets are $1.20 for adults and 60 cents for children under 12 years of age, and may be purchased in the Union check room until June 27. Students who have purchased meal tickets for the first summer session will be admitted free of charge. The menu includes charcoal broiled ham sandwiches, German potato salad, baked beans, carrot and celery sticks, radishes, sliced tomatoes, Louisiana shallots, assorted pickles, assorted cakes and ice cream, coffee and lemonade. Dinner will be served from 5 to 6 p.m. in four lines. A concert and community sing will be presented by high school summer band students, and games are schedu...
Golf, Tennis And Softball Programs Set [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 June 1958
Golf , Tennis And Softball Programs Set Intramural competition in softball, golf and tennis is scheduled for the first summer session, according to Richard P. Paskert, director. Scheduling in the three sports will be at the convenience of the participants. Intramural competition is open to any student who desires to participate. Registration will be held every day through next week in the Athletic department in Memorial gymnasium. All equipment will be furnished except softball gloves and tennis rackets. Tennis and softball will be played on campus. Golfers will use Meadowview course between Kent and Ravenna.
Vets Must Sign For June Pay [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 June 1958
Vets Must Sign For June Pay Veterans attending summer school on the Korean G.I. bill must sign their monthly certifications in the Veterans office between July 1 and 8, according to Benjamin G. McGinnis, coordinator of veterans and military affairs. McGinnis said the certification will cover the period from June 16 through June 30. Veterans signing may expect their checks on approximately July 20, said McGinnis.
New Full-Time Program Scheduled For Ashtabula [Newspaper Article] — Kent State University Summer News — 26 June 1958
New Full-Time Program Scheduled For Ashtabula This is the first of a series of articles designed to familiarize summer students with the Kent State university extension program and the off-campus services offered by the University. A new Kent State university extension center will open its doors in September in Ashtabula, offering a full-time freshman curriculum. Beginning with the fall quarter, the center will offer both a full-time day program and a part-time evening program of required courses in arts and sciences, business administration and education. In addition, the two-year Cadet teacher program in elementary education will be offered full-time during the day and the three-year part-time Cadet program will be offered in the evening. During the first year, only freshman year courses will be offered. In the 1959-60 school year, courses for the second year will be added. The center will be located at the former Park Avenue Junior High School in Ashtabula. The board of education...